juki235Otepää is a small town under Tartu. There is a tall red-brick Eastern European church, which is very conspicuous. Located in the south of Estonia, it is a city of leisure and entertainment. Tartu people like to come here for boating, camping, exercise, etc. I recommend everyone to come and have a look. It is very quiet and comfortable.
大胃张😍😍😍Tartu, the first city to enter Estonia, is located on the Emayogi River in eastern Estonia and is the second largest city in the country. Tartu is regarded as a center of knowledge and culture. Check in the city hall, the town square, and the ancient church of St. John. The church is a brick, Gothic building and one of the landmarks of Tartu. Visited the University of Tartu and witnessed the ruins of the 13th century cathedral.
Staying at the bed and breakfast, bring your own breakfast, enter the supermarket, feel that it is terrible to have no culture, buy milk is blocked [smile] Ask for help, a smooth solution [呲牙] Say goodbye to Tartu and continue the journey
小蚂蚁The Estonian National Museum is just a short walk through the hills of the University of Tartu. There are many Estonian folk costumes, houses, furniture, and children's toys on display. I like the little wooden horse the most. Haha, I really rode it. It's okay to go and see if it's okay, nothing particularly amazing, just so fun. On the other hand, there is a counter on the right side of the lobby selling postcards and stamps. You can buy them and write your wishes and deliver them to the mailbox outside the door. The staff is very enthusiastic, and they took me all the way to deliver it. There are drinks, snacks, milk coffee and so on across the hall. I accidentally bought a kind of milk. It tasted strange and I was about to throw up. Generally speaking, you don't need to go there specially. It's okay to check it out when it rains. Add a word, when I came back, I was lost. When I went there was a beautiful blonde girl from Tartu University. She left me when I was thrown away. Okay, Lu Chi's instinct lost me, and I went around Tartu for more than half of the time before returning to the dorm. God, I have too much emotion for this museum.